rh226 wrote:Nowadays, a speedometer must NEVER under-record the actual speed. It is allowed to over-record, but only within a certain limit - which I cannot remember.
paddyboy wrote:Totally agree, 'Nighthawke'
You speed; you pay the price
c. You can't work out are on a road, clearly marked with road signs telling you what the speed limit is AND big signs telling you there are speed cameras AND a big yellow box at the side of the road, plus markings on the road means there are speed cameras
Then you are stupid, and should not have a driving license, let alone be driving in excess of the speed limit.
In spite of what some of you think, many drivers simply are incapable of driving at speed.
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